Sprint, T-Mobile, others ask FCC to put a hold on Verizon review

Groups opposing Verizon Wireless' plan to buy wireless spectrum from cable companies for $3.6 billion urged the Federal Communications Commission to stop the clock on its review process until details of documents that Verizon originally submitted, but later withdrew, are made public. The plea from a coalition that includes Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile USA and DIRECTV said the documents withheld "pricing, compensation and marketing strategies" needed for review of the matter.

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